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In this photo provided by Robin Silver, a feral bull is seen along the Gila River in the Gila Wilderness in southwestern New Mexico, on July 25, 2020. U.S. forest managers in New Mexico are moving ahead with plans to kill feral cattle that they say have become a threat to public safety and natural resources in the nation's first designated wilderness, setting the stage for more legal challenges over how to handle wayward livestock as drought maintains its grip on the West. (©Robin Silver/Center for Biological Diversity via AP) ** FILE **

Sacrificing food to the false climate change god

- The Washington Times

The Department of Agriculture in Ireland is mulling the killing of 65,000 cows per year for the next three years as a means of reducing the country's total dairy herd by 10% and helping achieve a 51% reduction in climate polluting emissions by 2030. Well that seems sane.

Illustration on "Transgenderism" and children by Alexander Hunter/ The Washington Times

Transgenderism is the new homophobia

"Stop transing gay kids," pleads a placard that Gays Against Groomers and others have used to decry the mounting menace of transgenderism, particularly as it targets grade school boys and girls.

Illustration on the air proposal cuts by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times

EPA air proposal cuts too fast, threatens local economies

Earlier this year, the Environmental Protection Agency released a new proposal to significantly cut particulate matter 2.5, or PM 2.5 -- that could affect public health if people are exposed to high concentrations.

Illustration on Jesus' teaching on pride and LGBTQ by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

'The Chosen' flies the rainbow flag

On May 30, just before President Biden tweeted his annual call for our nation to spend an entire month celebrating pride, another Dylan Mulvaney-esque kerfuffle broke out in one of the most unlikely places.